Vivid color photos of 1923 Paris

Vivid color photos of 1923 Paris

Vivid color photos of 1923 Paris, hub of artistry and progress:

“Renowned for his precise composition, attention to detail, and painterly use of light and color, Gervais-Courtellemont became a photographer for National Geographic. He continued to travel and give lectures on photography.
In January 1923, he photographed landmarks and scenes throughout Paris, a city experiencing a period of economic growth and optimism following the end of World War I.”

These are some beautiful photos of an era we usually only see in black and white. It’s easy to forget that our grandparents lived in beautiful color too.

Written by
Domenico Bettinelli

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